November 18, 2018
  An astounding 81 percent of obese Americans say they suffer from foot pain and at times experience multiple foot and ankle conditions, according to a recent survey by our organization. An additional 60 percent of obese Americans said that foot pain restricts their regular activity. Luckily, today's podiatrists have specialized medical training and unique qualifications in treating the foot and ankle. Learn more about how today's podiatrist can help treat a variety of foot and ankle conditions. Whether it is heel pain, fungus, or a full ankle reconstruction, today's podiatrist can do it all. It is important to note that foot pain is never normal and will not go away on its own. Make an appointment with a podiatrist near you and get moving again.  

Diabetes Awareness

November 16, 2018
  Today’s Podiatrist is a critical part of your diabetes care team. Diabetes can have a significant impact on your feet, so seeing a podiatrist at least once a year is an important part of managing your condition and preventing complications. If you do experience a problem with your feet, your podiatrist is the best-qualified physician to treat it. When you add a podiatrist to your health-care team, he or she can provide you with important information so you're better able to manage the effects of diabetes on your feet. Whether you've been diagnosed recently or have been fighting the disease for years, the resources below will help you to monitor your feet and prevent complications.


  • An Overview: What is diabetes? What is peripheral arterial disease? What is peripheral neuropathy? What is a diabetic foot ulcer?
  • How Diabetes Affects Your Health: Watch this short video to learn how diabetes can affect your overall health.
  • Diabetes Footwear and Products: View our podiatrist-approved products for managing and treating diabetes.
  • Outsmarting Diabetes: Take a look at this suite of videos that highlights how today's podiatrists are developing and using smart medicine to help their patients with diabetes.
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